The Gospel of Luke is one of the four gospels in the New Testament of the Bible. It is a written account of the life, teachings, and ministry of Jesus Christ. The Gospel of Luke is traditionally attributed to the physician Luke, who was a close associate of the apostle Paul.The Gospel of Luke begins with the story of the birth of John the Baptist, and then goes on to describe the birth, childhood, and ministry of Jesus. It includes accounts of Jesus' miracles, parables, and sermons, as well as his interactions with various people, including his disciples, the Pharisees, and the Roman authorities. The Gospel also includes accounts of Jesus' death and resurrection, as well as his appearances to his disciples after his resurrection.Key figures in the Gospel of Luke include Jesus, as well as his disciples, including Peter, James, and John. The Gospel also mentions various other individuals, such as John the Baptist, the Pharisees, and the Roman authorities, who play significant roles in the story. The Gospel also includes a number of references to God and his actions, as well as expressions of trust and reliance on him.